We’re back with a selection of highlights from our series showcasing some of the best sneaker photos we came across on Instagram this week. By now, “floating” kicks and shots of shoes precariously dangling off buildings have become commonplace, but remain worth a look when done right.

And whether it’s a glimpse at the latest hype release, something super rare, or simply a stunning shot of a more common pair, we’re looking to bring you a look into how the creative community captures their favorite footwear, as well as highlighting some of Instagram’s biggest sneakerheads.

Highlighting this week’s selection of fine sneakers, we were presented with a good balance between brightly-colored silhouettes, and an array of more subtle additions such as Kanye West’s sought after “Blush” YEEZY Desert Rat 500. Amongst this, we take a look at a few pairs from Japanese footwear specialist, ASICS, including a model from one of its more popular collaborations with Patta, as well as looks at 2016’s lauded ACRONYM x NikeLab Presto Mid collection.

Without further ado, here are 10 of the best sneakers photos from this week.

Be bold

Collector’s heaven

Best three HUs ever released. Do you agree? ?

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Pick one

What do you think?

Cop or drop? Let em know! ? New review is live! Link in bio! #sneakerheadinthebay

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Line ’em up

Insoles game. What is your favourites? ——————- ?: @kaczy__

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Crews who slay together, stay together

Connecting the dots

lava or olive ?

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White out

Very rare

For more in up-to-date sneaker news, UNDERCOVER’s Paris Fashion Week show revealed a brand new Nike collaboration; check it out here.

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Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor

Adam is Highsnobiety’s Weekend Editor and splits his time between overseeing all weekend content and studying Economic and Social Communication at Berlin’s University of the Arts.

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